This week I celebrated my birthday. Yes, I’m one of those unfortunate few who celebrates Christmas and birthday together. Honestly, it actually never really bothered me much growing up. But, I digress …
This year my wife gave me an amazing birthday present. She gave me the gift of encouragement. She contacted several readers who subscribe to MH4C Special Reports and other financial bloggers asking them if they would send a short note of encouragement. She took all those comments, printed them up, and gave me a booklet packed full of wise, kind, and encouraging words.
While the gift was amazing, my analytical mind started thinking – how am I going to find the time to personally send everyone a thank you email? This is my solution: instead of emailing each of you personally, I’ll thank you via this post.
For each of you who took the time to send me an email on my birthday I do truly appreciate it. Your comments really helped solidify and clarify some things in my mind. Selfishly, I’m thankful because your remarks helped make it clear both what MH4C is and what MH4C should become. Thank you, thank you, and thank you.
If you’re ever looking for a great birthday gift idea, I suggest contacting friends and family and asking them to help you make an encouragement booklet.
My Articles Posted Elsewhere Around The Web:
At Christianpf – How to Avoid ‘Work from Home’ Scams
At Bible Money Matters – Do You Have Financial Purpose?
Good articles on the web:
Gather Little By Little Why Bonds Are Going To Tank In 2010-2011
The Oblivious Investor Asset Allocation for Beginner Investors
Moolanomy How To Regift Unwanted Presents
Fiscal Geek Merry Christmas – My Personal Story
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